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3I0NDAY JULY 30, 1900.
How the Sugar Trust annnexed H.v
srall la an appropriate story to tell to
Having secured the delegate's v.ite
for free silver, the national Democracy
has no further use for Hawaiian.
Oflleials who don't like to answer
questions teem to be the only ones
predicting the defeat of A. 11. Loeben
steln for the Territorial Senate.
Supt. McCnndless and Supervisor
Campbell are fast overcoming the bis
handicap marked up against thorn
when the race for Improved streets
The earthquake Mr. Lyons promise i
will have dllllculty In making bigger
holes In the streets than the sewer
tullders have left throughout the Ma-
Icikl section. l
According to the Advertiser's muni-
clpal arguments, the new buildings go-
log up In Honolulu ought not to be voice In the administration of Hono
equlpped with elevators, because the t lulu, In what manner do the nggresslve
people got along without them In lire- backsliders plan to dispose of the out-
vtous years, besides It costs more to
2 governments nnd thus further Increase
At Its present rate of progress the j tho power of the Governor? Would
Civic Federation will be ready, by the they pool the taxes and leave to the
time the next Legislature meets.to won ', outside districts what Is left after Ho
der why It did not have the foresight ' nolulu gets Its nil?
to prepare for the Inevitable by ile-, I" It n municipal government In
voting careful deliberation to the city 'le the people have a voice that the
charter in nil Its details. J backsliders seek or Is It reorganized
ssss centralization which shall Increase the
The Democratic party views witn ower ot Territorial officers nnd re
great pleasure Agulnnldo's ability to '' the people their manifest righto?
evade the American troops and with " u ue trlle tlmt tlle government of
equal sorrow the recent capture of tn District of Columbia, established
Agulnuldo's papers which demonstrate '" 1STS. iu 8Ut'11 remarkable advnn
the traitorous irart nlaved by the anil-' ,uBts ver the general form of :lty
expansion followers of Hoses llryan.
ti. runnvnti..,. nf Ti.r..n. Bn..t, . '
Is one of the most needed nnd mnstll'ear nml ln the "vision of charters
popular Improvements Supt. McCand-! tlle "t0"le of ,he s,ntes nml Tcrr'
ltss can undertake. The lawns of this tori throughout the Union have not
public iquare ure fast taking on the ' "'"''Pted this form of centralization
appearance of ,a country pasture, as "mv Proposed by the aggressive back
rapidly lu fact as King and Ueretnula ' "'''W ot Hawaii?
streets have been reduced to the con
dltion of rough country roads.
By keeping constantly at It somo ot
our good friends appear to be still
hopeful that the people may be shut
mt from a voice In the affairs of the
Territory and Its municipalities. Un
fortunately our friends are not suffl
!ntly acquainted with American
rale to appreciate that they are mere
ly digging a political hole for their
TVelT m.iy the Maui News enquire of
thn local opponents of municipal or
ganization, "What kind of u wayside
Olluge U Honolulu!" The gentlemen
who would delay progressive leglsla
Hon fall entirely to take the oiiUM"0' Honolulu, then In the name of nil
districts Into consideration In their I t"',t l8 American, what sort of w.v
j.hp.1.11. These districts hove waited "" l8 " t0 bee"mf
a Honolulu for favors long enough to ! "' "'"' """J"'!'"? .Stal
demand a speedy
reieu&e iruui inw
thraldom of centralization.
i not unduly expensive. The time has
Double officers andhlgh salaries Is patseA wlicn Honolulu will exercls.)
the charge placed at the door of pro-, ,mternn control over other towns on
posed municipal government for Ho-, le ,8lamlgi nlul lt g inconsistent with
nolulu. The double officer proposition le ,Bnlt. 0f other towns to wish to
Is sheer nonsense and the salaries are bo gwa(jdleU by Honolulu. The I.egla
ln the hands of the people. The stan- , la,lirn shollld .nvlde the Islands into
Uard of civic pride In Honolulu must
be plated far below that of the aver-
age American cuy or equal sue, u ai -
uermen and council men will not serva
without pay unil a mayor cannot be
had at n nominal salary that
merely cover office expenses.
The Hawaii Herald having obtained
-. . k
the boundaries of the United States
now requests the llulletlu to etublUh ' have made over $200 from the sale of
the boundaries of Honolulu. Accord- his fish during that period. The revel
ing to the latest returns, the cnpitol of end clergyman is un experienced flsh-
the Territory of Hawaii Is bounded
un the north by the north east trad',
, i i i,....
u me .Hum u, .... Uv.. ..-....,
on the east i) mis sine oi
Ullo and on the west by the other side
of Ullo. Hut If Ullo doesn't wake up
to the inauguration of a campaign for
municipal government. Honolulu In
likely to take In the wholo work.
".Ve war.l n Kovur.r.-.tnt llkr ilic
District of Columbia" cry Die niiiti-1
tutu (if municipal nrganlrntlmi. TliM
la tt himtlful generality Mil tliv mlvii
mien linfe ytt to offer nn explanation
of llio btiifflts to In' derlcd to the "-
ple fiuni such It course. The Infcreme
to be drawn Is Hint Honolulu with a
)o(.B government established on Hit
, ,, Hwt f ,,, t)MtM ,it
Columbia will t free from the burden
of nilitltlonnl taxation which It Is
! claimed will be toned upon the hourc-
, holder by n city charter, and pr"U:
ninbly will allow Honolulu to continue
to draw on the taxes of outside dis
tricts for Its local expends and Im
provements, What lsi the government of the Pis
trlct of Colilmbltt? The anti-municipal
cohorts have failed to explain. Does It
follow tho present Honolulu plan ot
centralization anil taxation, n hnrcn
of municipal glory In which some one
else pays the bills? Doubtless the ail
ocatis of retrogression don't know
and don't wnnt to know provided It Is
possible to continue the same old
scheme ot government.
The government of the District of
Columbia Is vested In three commis
sioners, two of whom nro appointed
by the' President 'from citizens of 'the
District having had three years resi
dence therein Immediately preceding
that appointment and confirmed by the
Senate. The other commissioner la
ietnlled by the President from the En
gineer Corps of the Army nnil must
hae lineal rank senior to captain.
The commissioners appoint the sub
ordinate olllclal service of the govern
ment. Congress makes nil laws for
ti,e District, but has Intrusted to the
commissioners authority to make po
lice regulations, building regulations,
plumbing regulations and other regu
lations of n,' municipal nature. -The
tax rate for the District of Columbia
Is $1.50 on each $100 as assessed valua
tion. The net public debt Is $190,95?,
9S7. What Is the proposition of the ag
gressive backsliders? Is It proposed to
place the municipal government of
Honolulu In the hands of three com-'
mlssloners appointed by the Governor, ,
these commissioners to be vested with
authority to appoint the subordinate
olllclal service? This would Indeed V
u most appioved method of taking the
local government out of the bunds of
the people and enlarging the olllclal '
pap In the hands of the Chief Exeeii-1
tlve and his friends. ,
Having thnt out the people from ai
side districts. Would they clothe Ullo
nnd Wnlluku with District of Columbia
charter In which the people command
and officials obey, why Is It thnt In the
organization or cities miring rec-mi
A brondmlnded, libera, American
rule Is the umnlfest Intent of the Tor-
! rltorlal law passed by Congress for
Hawaii. The people of this Territory
htimtlil life to If thnt the Rtilrit nnil In-
tMt of th ,aw s not def d b ,he
first Territorial Legislature.
Young Republic ans are organizing as
becomes enthusiastic supporters of
solid American principles. The
business men's marching club should
next appear on the scene of action.
HONOLULU, WAYSIDE TOWN.
1 (Maul News.)
i If, as the Advertiser maintains, a
I municipal government Is not proper
U I ICIWIUU 111 IUO UlMttJl. UMlo.i "
system of town government of some
sort Is In vogue, and such systems are
i Cote8i nnd each county should take,
tlmrge 0f its 'own municipal affalrB, as
, jn tne Statcg.
Walluku,. uly 28. Hev. O. Kuwrr
bine of Walhee, Maul, has been en
gaged during the past two months iu
flshfcis for kuwnkawas.
n nsn very
much liked by natives. lie Is bald to
eiman and sometimes makes a haul of
nearly u hundred In one day. The llch
i c.i.i i.v n,.Bni' nt 4S rents each In
"-" -' -j -
Mr. Nawnhlne does not rely altc
gether on his congregation
, Biipport of himself nnd his big famllv
nnd so he goes out fishing to llud an
honoruble ineuns of livelihood.
Pacific - Hardware - Co,,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Goods for the household, for
builders and carpenters
New line of Staple Articles have been brought here by
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, Irmgard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond, which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, lA to 4 inches.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Walalae Road.
An Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over Soo feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Waialae .Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural (lowing stream from an eleva
tion of i,20o feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, .Manager,
Room 8, .Model Block.
Just : jfluttp
Ex "Rosamond," "Alden Besse."
"W. H. Dimond" and "Helene"
Supples, Phaetonsy Buggies, Runabouts,
Road Carts, Harness, Robes, Lamps, &c
g , ui j Between Fort and Alakea
' ym ,e received at the office of the under
slg ei, till 12 o'clock, noon, Monday, July
3'. iqm. for the lonstructlon of a. store
anj stahc buildings for the Territory
Stables Co., Ltd. Plain and specifications'
at the office of Howard it Train, Progress
I he undersigned dots nut bind linnselt ,
to accept the lowest or any bid,
G, SCHUMAN, Treasurer,
i !;)t Territory Stables Co., Ltd.
Pacific m Co.
the plumber, for contractors,
Kins and Bethel sts-
SCHUMANN'S CARRIAGE &
Will E. Fisher's
'to Gmnoontrmtod Oram
ANEMIA, P00RNE88 OF BLOM
. 110 nr niiiiB
; oj w i-rain( royuoMa
&t mot hUektm tks Tm
toon brings bck
Whilw) i jo. Ku UUyeu. I'aih.
UHrzii A mi v
HORSfi, CATTLE, SHEEP AND DOG REMEDIES
"Horn Fly Dip"
Sure Prevention . .
: Inquire of
C. W. MACFARLANB, of
Good Air, Good View. Good Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itself an artistic piece of engineering-raffords
easy access to all points, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work
construction, equipping and installation placed in the hands of
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and other purpose!,
to our home builders at most reasonable rates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits for making water connections
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes now building, or
the names of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone that
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicest and most select of all the
residence sites of Honolulu. '
For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply , i
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
)i For sale
. . . and
of HAWAIIAN SONGS,"
Corner Hottl and
..YOU WILL NEED
..FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all kinds of Furniture.
Wernicke - Book - Cases
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC MET AL.SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
FIXTURES i' .
will help you to do It
THE BE3T IS CHEAPEST
ttvtrcfor our bli if always th lownt
btcauM thr art no bttr coo4i mtit thaa thou
t Whan you ar fixloj up thi oil itort or
planning antw on coniuU ut rearilnj how to
ao li in iyi.
Dilii Slcn ani Dlidav Fliturat w art
prcparl tt tiur tnta on any kini of Interior
flnlsbnr IMrniwr In tnmyot ottict or ftoraflxturti
partHijn KfM'vln, t; Innari wooJ of all klc4$,
Pilot an j dtflgn lor tht aiklnf of
Lews Sl Cooke,
nil k Go
W NATIVE HATS, MATS,
I I-AlNis, ,UALABAbHbS
the . . .
AND OURS Is the Noblest Roman of
them all. We have mastered the serge
suit situation bv sheer force of merit, and
there Is none now so stupid as to dispute
our leadership. Our $15 suits are the Ira
suits in every other ttore. And every
other merchant knows that Is so. Why
shouldn't you know It, too, when the
knowledge is worth Is.to you? We guar
antee every suit Guarantee them to hold
color, shape and smoothness. We repre
sent them to be absolutely flawless. If
they prove otherwise, come and get an
other suit. No other house dare -make
juch a guarantee, but we know whereof
AN EARNING OF 20 PER CENT.
Is declared to nurchaseri of bovs' and
children's vests and sailor suits. Come
and get your choice out of the largest
stock in town.
TWO STORES, TWO STOCKS,
P. O. Box 558.
96 and 676.
g and J 1 Hotel street and corner of Fort
and Hotel street.
BOYD, SCOTT & CO.,
Custom House Internal
: Revenue Brokers
JI5 FORT ST., opposite Irwin & Co.
AbfiSSL. m3 .
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